Bulletin of the Bureau of Standards, Vol. 11, 471-481 (1915) Scientific Paper 237 (S237)
This paper gives quantitative data on the absorption, reflection, and dispersion of quartz, extending from the ultra-violet to 3mu in the infra-red. The data may be used in determining spectral energy curves. Quartz is practically transparent from the ultra-violet to 1.8mu. It begins to absorb strongly beyond 1.8mu, and tabulated data are given for eliminating the effect of this absorption in a quartz prism. The results show that (within the errors of observation) in unpolarised light, the transmission is not affected by the direction in which the radiations pass through the material with respect to the optic axis.
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